I'm keeping with the Project Spectrum colours still (not a big chore for me, since I love blue and grey...) and have soon finished another scarf. I have earlier praised "Handknit Holidays" and decided to try a little something from that book. It's a very simple scarf in Rowan's Kidsilk Haze, completely in stocking stitch, but you start out with 100 stitches and end with 1600 to create a kind of ruffle. The yarn came from my stash, I received two balls of KSH as a membership gift from Rowan a couple of years ago and I consider this a nice use of it for my little experiment. I have some ideas about what to knit next, might be an old UFO or something new... I will probably have something to show you in a few days.
Here's the frilly scarf in it's current state:
Bye for now!
April 1, 2007 12:17 AM PDT
Love the scarf! I have kidsilk in exactly the same colour and am so tempted! Thanks also for the links to yarn stores in Stockholm - just what I was looking for when I found your blog! Will be there in early June!!
March 30, 2007 07:31 PM PDT
I've knitted a few of those frilly things from Handknit Holidays, all for my LYS-lady (I know you are not supposed to knit these to sell, but I don't make money out of it and neither does my LYS-lady, she's like that) and I can tell you, after increasing 3 times it starts getting hard, but at the end it's awfull and casting off is hell, but you end up with a nice scarf!
March 30, 2007 12:52 AM PDT
Oh, the color is beautiful - and it just looks so so so soft!
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